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This event is open for all professionals interested or currently working in Starups in Hanoi, or supply chai professionals in Hanoi, or who are interested in looking for business collaboration for U.S. market through meeting with a delegation of Baylor University (U.S.), Executive Master Program.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

PLANNING TEAM LEAD (FOR NEWLY SET-UP FACTORY IN VISIP 2A, BINH DUONG)

Team Lead: Lead local planning team, develop capability of planning team and manage back-up within team etc.

OPERATIONS MANAGER - CARGILL

The responsibilities of this position are to ensure the efficiency in import/export handling, 

QUảN LÝ CHUỖI CUNG ỨNG/ SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER

Tham mưu cho Ban Giám Đốc trong công tác hoạch định kế hoạch mua hàng và cung ứng hàng hóa vật tư phục vụ hoạt động sản xuất kinh doanh và tổ chức điều hành kho bãi trong hệ thống sản xuất kinh doanh của Công ty.

1-DAY ‘SPECIAL EDITION’ MASTER CLASS: DESIGNING YOUR ENTERPRISE SUPPLY CHAINS, FROM ‘OUTSIDE-IN’

Mon - 23/10/2017 @ 00:00



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1-DAY ‘SPECIAL EDITION’ MASTER CLASS:  DESIGNING YOUR ENTERPRISE SUPPLY CHAINS, FROM ‘OUTSIDE-IN’

HCMC, 23 October, 2017

 

For the last four decades, the conventional method of designing and managing enterprise supply chains has relied almost solely on ‘inside-out’ thinking, ie., grab any concept that comes along, adopt it, and see if it makes any difference to costs and service satisfaction when implemented across the organisation!

At best, this is guessing, and worst it is a complete waste of time and resources, because invariably these internally inspired initiatives are ad hoc and do not connect directly with customers’ expectations, and corresponding buying preferences. And customer perceptions gathered along the way are equally unhelpful because you can’t make major infrastructure decisions on the basis of opinion.

In times of growth, many companies were able to get away with this flawed approach, but in the current turbulent operating environment, there is no such luxury- you must now consciously design your supply chains to ‘align’ with the array of customer buying behaviours identifiable in your served market. If you get it right, cost-to-serve will reduce, customer satisfaction (and therefore revenue) will increase, and consequently so will the margins across your entire product range. It can be done. It is being done by the best global organisations who in turn are following Dr John Gattorna’s prescriptive design approach. You too can benefit in the same way by spending a day with John in HCMC in order to learn how to implement his methodology and in the process, transform your business.

 

Speaker: Dr John Gattorna, Executive Chairman, Gattorna Alignment

 

John Gattorna is an acknowledged “thought leader” on the global supply chain scene. For over three decades he has researched, consulted, and been a key voice in shifting logistics and supply chain onto the strategic agenda. He established and led Accenture’s Asian supply chain practice, and has since focused on advising boards and senior management on how to improve the “alignment” of their enterprise with customers, suppliers, and third party providers. John’s books, including the most recent Dynamic Supply Chains  how to design, build and manage people-centric value networks(2015), have received wide acclaim and have influenced the value chain strategy of major corporations including DHL, Dell, Unilever and Schneider Electric.

 

 

 

 

Who should attend:

 

This program is designed for executives at two levels in the organisation:

 

1. SVPs/EVPs/CSCOs should ideally attend to better understand how customers in their served markets can be interrogated for the purpose of adjusting operational strategies, and ultimately undertaking a complete transformation informed by the market;
2. VPs/GMs/SCMs should attend to learn the precise mechanics of how behavioural segmentation is undertaken, and how the results of this primary in-market research can be converted into supply chain designs that precisely link the company to its customers;  

 

Learning Objectives:

 

Attendees will be introduced to the Gattorna proprietary Dynamic Alignment™ framework, which provides the over-arching logic for all interactions between an enterprise and its customers at the front-end, and suppliers at the back-end. This empirical-based framework is an invaluable tool for understanding and responding to customers with more precision than was hitherto thought possible.

At the next level, attendees will be shown how to research their customer base, and how to interpret the results into workable operational strategies that reflect reality.

The teaching method will be very interactive, and attendees own companies will provide the case studies for learning the new techniques mentioned above.

 

How to register:  Email to info@vietnamsupplychain.com